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Court of Appeals rules for YarrowBay development BY DENNIS BOX dbox@maplevalleyreporter.com

The state Court of Appeals ruled unanimously in favor of YarrowBay in a Land Use Petition Act appeal filed against the two master planned developments in Black Diamond on Monday. The three-judge panel of C. Kenneth Grosse, Ronald E. Cox and James Verellen found Phil Olbrechts, the city’s hearing examiner, properly applied the “rule of reason” in finding that the environmental impact statement adequately addressed the impacts from the developments. The judges also found that Olbrechts was correct in allowing, “the use of phased review to defer further analysis of adverse

environmental impacts until the time of construction…” The appeal was filed by Toward Responsible Development, a group of citizens listed on the court document as Cynthia and William Wheeler, Robert Edelman, Peter Rimbos, Michael Irrgang, Judith Carrier, Eugene May, Vicki Harp, Cindy Proctor and the Estate of William C. Harp. The appeal was first heard by King County Superior Court Judge Patrick Oishi on Aug. 3, 2012. Oishi dismissed the petition Aug. 27, 2012 and TRD decided to ask the Court of Appeals to review the decision. David Bricklin, the attorney representing the appellants, wrote by email Monday evening, “We are disappointed, of course. We

believe the former Council’s decisions were unlawful. We have the option of asking the state Supreme Court to review the case.” Edelman, one of the founding members of TRD, wrote by email Monday, “I’m waiting for a detailed review by David Bricklin so we don’t have a decision to petition the Supreme Court at this time. As David wrote to you, that is a viable option.” The 39-page opinion from the appeals judges cited the appellants’ challenges and stated in each case either the hearing examiner made the correct decision or TRD failed to show Olbrechts’ or the City Council’s decision was wrong. In one section the judges wrote TRD

challenged the development permits stating the City Council did not account for traffic and noise mitigation. “TRD’s contention that traffic and noise impacts were not adequately mitigated is likewise without merit,” the judges wrote. The court document stated a LUPA petition must establish the government land use decision is in error according to state code and the burden of establishing this rests with the appellants. The judges ruled the appellants did not meet this standard and deferred to the decisions rendered by the hearing examiner and the City Council when it approved the developments in September 2010.

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A group of three people submitted nearly identical statements in King County voters’ guides opposing 10 school district’s levies, including Tahoma’s. Tahoma is among 16 school districts in King County that are putting levies before voters on Feb. 11. The Enumclaw, Kent, Issaquah, Shoreline, and Snoqualmie Valley school districts are running levies, but the districts did not request a voters’ guide per the King County elections website. Other districts in the county that are running levies and did request voters’ guides are Auburn, Bellevue, Federal Way, Fife, Lake Washington, Mercer Island, Northshore, Riverview, Skykomish, and Vashon Island. Of those 11 districts, 10 have nearly

In the ultimate wardrobe malfunction, a Maple Valley woman helped nab an alleged burglar after seeing the suspect at a restaurant wearing her stolen clothing. According to the King County Sheriff ’s Department, the woman, who has asked to not be identified for safety reasons, reported her momentarily unattended purse stolen the morning of Jan. 22 at a Starbucks in the 27100 block of 168th Place in Covington by a then-unknown suspect who fled the store. The suspect used a key and address information from inside the purse to enter the woman’s nearby home, steal multiple items and change into woman’s clothing. “It all happened under 90 minutes,” said the woman, a Maple

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AUDITIONS TO BE HELD FOR ONE ACT PLAY IN MAPLE VALLEY Auditions for “Redeem Me in a River’s Dream” will be held on Saturday, from noon- 3p.m. at the Maple Valley Creative Arts Center. The performance is part of Maple Valley’s first “Equinox One Act Festival,” set for March 20 -23 Auditions will consist of a cold read from a script. A stipend will be available for the actors. The one act was written and co-produced by local playwrights, Margaret Landry and Ed Corrigan, respectively. Interested actors can email Landry at redeemmeoneact@ gmail.com .

The Tahoma School District showed the community the first conceptual designs for the new Tahoma High School at community meetings on Jan. 22 and 23. Architects from the Seattle-based DLR Group, which is designing the school, presented two concepts and fielded questions and comments from community members. District administrators were also on hand to answer questions. While conceptual drawings were displayed, they were for the purpose of illustrating the two concepts, not definitive plans for what the school will look like. The school will be located on the property known as the Donut Hole in Maple Valley. The Donut Hole is 154 acres of unincorporated land within the urban growth boundary off Kent-Kangley Road Southeast and Southeast 228th Street that is entirely surrounded by the city of Maple Valley and home to nine holes of Elk Run Golf Course, a stand of trees and the county’s 13-acre roads maintenance facility. King County owns the property. The city is in the process of annexing the property and the school district is in the process of finalizing the purchase of some of the

acreage from King County for the new school. One of the concepts — which has been termed Barking Dog because the outline of the school in the artwork vaguely resembles a barking dog — is a more open concept, with a school that would spread out across the property. The other concept — called Pomegranate to evoke the idea of looking simple on the outside but being unexpected on the inside — is a more compact school that isn’t as spread out. Lisa Johnson, from DLR Group, explained the guiding principles of the school’s design which include flexibility of use and longevity of the building, community, security and safety, personalized to meet the needs of students, relevant learning spaces and sustainability. Plans are for the school to be three stories tall. Other details about the look and design of the school will be coming in the future. Factors in the siting of the school on the piece of property include the site’s topography, location of utilities on the site and the presence of power lines along one edge of the property. Patterson said in an interview Jan. 27 the district leadership had reviewed studies, including one by

Concept designs for the new Tahoma High School show a compact approach (above) and an open concept design approach (below). Courtesy Image the World Health Organization, that didn’t find conclusive health risks from being close to power lines like those running alongside the property, and also said the district is still working to locate the school as far from the power lines as possible. When it comes to safety, Patterson said that the district is exploring its options, including looking to other schools to see what they have done and what has worked and what hasn’t. The district is also including the Summit Park and Ballfields property the city owns that is adjacent

Community News and Notes MAPLE VALLEY RESIDENT CELEBRATES HER 100TH BIRTHDAY Contact and submissions: Dennis Box dbox@maplevalleyreporter.com dbox@covingtonreporter.com or 425-432-1209, ext. 5050

Margery Pemberton, who lives at Fountain Court in Maple Valley, celebrated her 100th birthday on Dec. 27. Pemberton was born in Boise, Idaho. She lived in Boise for 40 years, and has also lived in northern California and Spokane, Wash. She has lived at Fountain Court since March 2013.

to the high school site in its conceptual designs, which show ballfields on the property. The vision, Patterson said, is for the fields to be developed jointly to benefit both the school and the community. Access to the new school is being planned from state Route 169, behind Goodwill, by building a road to connect through to the high school, and is also planning a secondary entrance. Superintendent Mike Maryanski presented to the Maple Valley City Council on Monday night, updating the council on the school

district’s planning and design of the site. Patterson said that feedback he has heard is more in favor of the Pomegranate, compact school, that would allow for shorter travel times across the school for students than a long, spread out building. The estimated groundbreaking for the school is spring of 2015. “We’re building a 50year building,” Patterson said. “That’s a challenge — to build a building that remains contemporary for 50 years.”

SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO HOST BEYOND HIGH SCHOOL EVENT The Kent and Tahoma school districts are hosting the Beyond High School event from 6-8:30 p.m. on Feb. 5 at Kentridge High School. The evening will include participants from community colleges, technical schools, and colleges and universities as well as informational breakout sessions for those who want to play sports in college, paying for college and the admissions process. For more information call the Kentridge counseling office at 253-373-7349.

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Oh, hey. I’m Eric. I work here now. But before I get into that, I sense there could be some initial confusion. So, just to clarify, I am not Kris Hill. I know we look alike, speak alike and briefly shared a computer, but, I recently found out, we are not the same person. It wasn’t my lack of charm or love of health foods and marathons that gave it away. It was the fact that I know almost nothing about the Covington-Black Diamond-Maple Valley area, while she may well be the crown jewel of industry knowledge on the subject — although her protege, and my new colleague, Katherine Smith, seems to be a close second. To recap, you are stuck with the less connected, less knowledgeable and less athletic version of your reporter/editor of the last eight years. Thus, it might be unwise to expect Young taking over for Montana, or Rodgers subbing in for Favre. Maybe more like China landing on the moon more than 40 years after Neil Armstrong. Hopefully I can etch my own byline somewhere into your lunar hearts and bring a new perspective to the area — and I’ll try to be gentle. Briefly about me: I grew up in a suburb of Milwaukee, Wis., and graduated with a journalism and sports studies degree from the University of Iowa in 2008. I’ve worked at Midwestern newspapers ever since. A majority of my writing came at a small, bi-weekly newspaper in Iowa Falls — population Staff Writer Eric Mandel

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5,000, which jumps to 6,000 when the community college is in session — and a moderately small daily in Dubuque — a hearty, Bush Liteweilding gang of 57,000. I fled to Seattle for my girlfriend, Laura, an angel epidemiologist with the CDC. We met in college and love bloomed years later. I adore my new city and hand-me-down hipster friends, have never been happier, yada-yada-yada. Although I am not exactly a city slicker, I understand that I’m not a natural Convingtonian or Black Diamonder or Maple Valleyite (was I even close on any of those? I’ll call and ask Kris.) I love meeting people and telling stories that you might find interesting. Because that is what I

truly want — to tell fun, compelling, honest and fair stories that will get you reading our paper. Therefore, I need to know what you want to read. Pull me over on the street — unless you are a cop, please — or email me, write me a letter, anything. I want to hear from you and help keep this newspaper’s strong reputation and credibility intact. But if I fail, please don’t tell Kris. She knows where I work.

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Second, as realtors, we know that there is a direct and important relationship between strong neighborhood schools and higher home values. The first question realtors often hear from buyers is, “What about the schools?” That’s because buyers know that good schools not only help to define communities, they also support higher home values. It’s not just families with school-age kids who are concerned about the quality of schools when buying a home. Savvy buyers know that quality schools will be a factor in the sales price when it’s time to sell. As a housing specialist for the Association of Realtors, I’ve looked at the research that backs up what I also know firsthand based on my 20-plus years of experience as a realtor — good schools support higher prices when it’s time to sell. Higher home values are also important for property owners who want to refinance their mortgage. Researchers have studied the relationship between home values and good schools since at least 1956. That’s when Charles Tiebout published the results of his study, “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures.” More recently, a study published in January 2013 by “The Reinvestment Fund” found overall school quality, as measured by test scores, is positively related to the price of

housing. In a different study published by Clemson University, researchers used data on housing transactions between the years 1994 and 2000 to analyze the effect of K-12 school rankings on housing prices. They found: (1) high-ranked schools have values embedded in single-family housing prices, and (2) greater commuting distances to schools has a negative impact on the value of property. That’s just a fancy way to say that strong schools support higher home values and home values are lower if people have to commute long distances to find good schools. Still another study published in the “Quarterly Journal of Economics” found that better school quality, as shown by an increase in test scores, has a positive effect on housing prices. It’s really pretty simple: home and condo prices are higher when the local schools are good and you also get more for your property when it’s time to sell. Voting yes on these two levies for Kent schools will not only be good for the kids and families in our community, they’ll also benefit homeowners like my wife and I who have no children of our own. So, I voted yes on the Kent school levies, and I mailed in my ballot this morning.

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www.covingtonreporter.com • www.maplevalleyreporter.com [ CHARGED from page 1] Valley resident for the last 17 years. “I was crying… it was really a whirlwind-type thing.” The alleged thief, later identified as Nikki GarciaCorrales, 28, no known address, was charged Monday with one count of residential burglary, a class B felony. Based on her criminal history, she faces between 3-14 months imprisonment. Garcia-Corrales told authorities after the arrest that two males drove her to the residence but fled and left her behind. No other individuals have been charged for this incident, according to court records.

Garcia-Corrales told deputies she called a taxi to pick her up from the woman’s home, but when it took too long, she walked, taking a lock box from the bedroom. The female victim returned to the burglarized home and authorities were unable to locate any suspects. The victim said it looked as though someone drank a liquid being stored in the refrigerator and believes someone took a shower. “It was hard to sleep at all,” the woman said. “[My husband and I] both basically slept in a guarded way.” The following day, the victim and two fam-

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ily members had lunch at Gloria’s Restaurant in Maple Valley and sat down at a table next to GarciaCorrales, who was wearing the woman’s stolen True Religion jeans, a black-grey hooded-shirt and metallic grey ankle boots. The woman said the chance-encounter was both strange and frightening. “It was almost like somebody turned my shoulders to her,” she said. “It was like this feeling overwhelmed me.” According to court records, Garcia-Corrales hid in the bathroom until police arrived and was taken into custody without incident. Records indicate that Garcia-Corrales admit-

ted to the purse theft and home burglary. Sgt. Cindi West, spokeswoman for the King County Sheriff ’s Office, said it is not uncommon for keys and wallets to be stolen, followed by a burglary before the victim gets home, but that this series of events is quite unique. “I can’t think of a time that this type of a scenario has happened,” said West, who added that investigators are looking into whether Garcia-Corrales is connected to any previous unsolved burglaries. Garcia-Corrales has a criminal history that includes an arrest for possession of a stolen vehicle in December and two forgery

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KING COUNTY ASSESSOR TO SPEAK AT AREA COUNCIL MEETING The Greater Maple Valley Unincorporated Area Council will host King County Assessor Lloyd Hara, who will discuss 2014 tax assessment, market trends, and tax relief programs and the Feb. 3 area council meeting. Members of the public are invited to attend and can address the area council on any local issue during an open comment period at the start of each meeting.

[ LETTERS from page 4] morning. If you’re a voter in the Kent School District you can join me, and other realtors in the Kent School District, in voting to approve these well-earned school levies. But you must mail-in your ballot by Feb. 11 for your vote to count.

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MAPLE VALLEY ANNOUNCES PORTABLE SIGN STANDARDS Portable signs are allowed within Maple Valley as of Jan. 26 with the following standards: * They shall not exceed six square feet per side and 42 inches high. * They shall be located so as not to create a traffic safety hazard by obstructing pedestrians or the vision of motorists. * They shall not be illuminated.

my parents, I know that buses save time and money for all of us. Whether we ride in them or drive next to them. Nobody wants more congestion on our roads. If King County has to cut 17 percent of its bus service, the 90 percent of transit riders who have access to car will opt for driving, making our traffic look even worse. For almost a decade, state politicians in Olympia have failed to pass new funding authority for King County that would make Metro less susceptible to economic swings. Because of the Great Recession Metro lost $1.3 billion in expected funding which has forced it to raise fares, cut service and implement other efficiencies.

convictions in 2012. She is being held on $20,000 bond. Her arraignment is set for Feb. 10. The victim believes this was not a random act. “There was a lot done in a short amount of time,” she said. “Everything but silverware and dishes were emptied. It was ransacked.” She sees this crime as having a broader scope than its fortuitous ending, but is unable to speak about it while the investigation is ongoing. “The story is actually far more interesting than that she was wearing my clothes and I happened to find her,” she said. “Honestly, it’s kind of tragic .” The victim plans to meet

January 31, 2014 [5] with a homeowners group to bring awareness to this problem and to help people be guarded against it from happening again. “I think of people in more vulnerable situations that could be victims and it could turn out much differently,” she said. “We have had people break into houses, but not like this.”

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* They are not permitted within the city right-of-way. * No more than one may be used per entity and/or business. * All signs shall be located on the premises to which they are advertising and/or located. * Signs are are permitted in commercial zones during business hours and must be removed each day upon the close of business. For all other zones they are permitted between 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. and must be removed at all other times. For additional information, contact senior planner John Strandberg at 425-413-6632 or john.strandberg@maplevalley.gov

In these times of stubborn unemployment, especially at the lowest economic rungs, we cannot only raise fares and put the burden on those who have the fewest transportation options. We all need to pay for our infrastructure. Ensuring quality bus service is an investment in economic health. For the sake of everyone in the county, rich and poor, drivers and riders, I’ll be voting yes to fund Metro in April.

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OPPOSITION TEXT The text of the opposition statement for Tahoma reads: “Union officials in the Tahoma Schools have pressured the school board to divert levy funds from student services in order to pay teachers more. Our levy should pay for student services, not for wage increases. “In the collective bargaining agreement sought by union officials, the average state-provided wage of $53,584 for teachers will be enhanced by 10.9 percent from levy and levy-matched funds. This costs roughly $2.06 million per year which could be better used to help at-risk students or reduce class sizes. The school district leads taxpayers to believe the levy money is being used for students, yet large amounts support union priorities instead. “Levies are great for

DISTRICT RESPONSE Kevin Patterson, spokesman for the Tahoma School District, wrote in an email Jan. 28 that the school district normally advertises for a committee to write a statement in opposition, but because of time constraints there wasn’t enough time to organize that committee and meet the voters’ guide deadlines. The school board approved the levies on Dec. 17. Patterson also explained the VOTE committee normally submits a pro statement.

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LEVY RATES The proposed maintenance and operations levy would make up approximately 20 percent of the district’s general fund. The school board decided to maintain the 2014 property tax rate of $3.69 per $1,000

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“But because we couldn’t complete our usual notification in time, we decided not to offer either a pro or con to keep the process fair,” Patterson wrote. The two proposed levies for Tahoma would go into effect in 2015, replacing the current maintenance and operations and technology levies that are set to expire at the end of this year. “Well, it’s disappointing for one thing,” Patterson said in an interview on Jan. 27 concerning the opposition statement. “That they didn’t even take the time to come and do any research about our school district. They used a blanket statement that they then reproduced for con statements in most of the school districts that are running levies this year.” Patterson also said he has received a few phone calls asking questions about the levies, but other than that hasn’t seen much reaction to the statement in the voters’ guide. “I hope it’s because people understand that what was said was inaccurate and doesn’t really apply to our school district,” Patterson said. “Certainly if they (community members) have questions they can call us. The books are

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Precinct No. 3, also known as the Hicks-Raburn Precinct or Southeast Precinct, is returning to its former home located off state Route 169 in Maple Valley with an estimated opening date of Feb. 28. Precinct Commander Major Brad Thompson said in an email interview Jan. 24 that the projected move-in date is Feb. 20 and that an official

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for business. Thompson explained in October that the closing of the precinct came about two years ago in response to the sheriff ’s office moving from a precinct model to a zones model in order to cut costs. Now the sheriff ’s office is moving back to a precinct model. The property and building are both owned by the county. “Our mission is reducing crime and fear of crime,” King County Sheriff John

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There are 14 names painted on the back wall of the small gym inside Kentwood High School. Each one represents a member of the school’s gymnastics “Hall of Fame,” honoring the only top 10 state finishers in school history. An ankle-wrapped arrow of energy whips around in circles, finishing another practice swing on the uneven bars, just in front of the black and green shrine. And as senior Zoe Krambule prepares for yet another dismount, she hopes the landing this time will earn her a place with the other high school legends. “Last year I got 12th,” said Krambule, 17, of Kent. “I was close.” The ultra-petite senior is the only Conquerors gymnast with state aspirations in 2014 and is preparing for her final flips as a studentathlete. After 13 years in club gymnastics and four on the Kentwood squad, she has worked much of her life prepping for a chance to join those elite wall-offamers. At just 5 feet tall, Kram-

bule is by far the littlest gymnast on the team, which, unlike most other sports, is a benefit, rather than a detriment. “The smaller you are, the more compact you are and the easier it is to do this stuff,” said Ann Diaz, the team’s head coach since 2000. The uneven bars are Krambule’s specialty, but Diaz believes the rolling dynamo could earn a state bid for her floor routine, vault and all-around. But Krambule’s success extends beyond the mat. She no longer actually attends Kentwood, instead venturing out to Green River Community College for the Running Start program to get an early start on her future. She enjoys her psychology classes and — surprise, surprise — also loves sports. The combination has made choosing a prospective major as easy as a math equation. “Sports and psychology, put them together and you’ve got sports psychology,” she said. “Seems simple.” Back in the gym, Krambule demonstrates a lithe grace with each swing that complements the

Zoe Krambule (right) laughs with her teammates at practice in the small Kentwood gymnasium while getting her injured left ankle taped by her coach, Ann Diaz. ERIC MANDEL, The Reporter powerful command of her movements. Even during stumbles in practice, she comically summersaults

through and finishes with a traditional salute. “Everyone else, we just splat on the ground and

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